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How do I view past lotto draw information?
How do I view past lotto draw information?

View details on historic draws including revenue revenue generaned and number of entries.

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Written by Declan Murphy
Updated over a week ago

  1. Login to the ClubZap Admin portal (

  2. Select the Lotto link from the menu

  3. Scroll down to the completed draw section

View Insights: Graphically shows details on your weekly draw over a customizable time period back to your very first draw.

Export Draw Summaries: Pull the information form the table below into an excel spreadsheet

Export Lotto Players (Past & Present):

Draw Date: This is the date the draw took place

Jackpot: Prize fund for that draw

Revenue: We allocate a portion of each player’s total payments to each draw that they are entered into. We then sum the allocation for all players in the draw to arrive at a total Revenue allocation for the draw. Because there are different ways of playing (Single Draw, Multiple Draws and Recurring) and different payment cadences, the Revenue allocation should be considered an approximate guide figure.

Note: What’s calculated is the revenue for entries which have been bought on ClubZap and does not take into account purchases externally which may have been imported.

Entries: This is the total number of confirmed entries (lines) for the draw. Entries are assigned at the draw cutoff time. Any player with pre-paid draw entries or a valid recurring subscription for Lotto will be entered into the draw.

Players Lapsed: Is a count of players who participated in any of up to 4 previous draws from the last month, who are were not entered into this draw. Note: Players are identified by the email address provided at purchase time, so players may included in the Lapsed Players count if they purchase further lotto entries using a different email address.

Numbers: Winning numbers for this draw
Won: Jackpot won or not (No | Yes)

Spot Prizes: Lucky Dup or Match 3 winners list

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